The Future of Criminal Justice Management
The Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 is an important part of the government’s overall approach to reforming the criminal justice system. The Bill introduces a package of sentencing and criminal law reform. The government believes that the bill makes it clear that offenders will be punished so that the public can both feel safer in their homes and communities can have more confidence in the justice system. In addition, new technology and justice programmes are being initiated by the government in order to tackle the problems facing the justice system.
Currently, almost one in five trials (17%) are deemed as "ineffective" (meaning the required court hearing does not happen on the day, often due to administrative issues, and needs to be rearranged). There has also been growing discontent within communities at inadequate resources focused on ensuring that offenders do not reoffend against those in the community.
This bill, and the complimentary initiatives, have emerged due to increasing public frustration at the inefficient processes of the justice system and a feeling that verdicts consistency fail to take into consideration the wider communities involved. The Future of Criminal Justice Management Conference will discuss the current issues in the criminal justice system, debating the key issues in innovation and reform in the justice sector today.
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- Working collaboratively with providers and partners to achieve a transformed justice system to make communities safer, prevent victims and cut crime.
- Share experiences, learning and best practice with peers across the country and in other parts of the sector.
- Build new and develop existing relationships with peers and colleagues from across the country.
- Working towards an integrated approach to support effective criminal justice management.
- Engage with leading experts in the field of Justice and learn from and discuss the success achieved from best practise case studies.
- Supporting offender management through investment in technology.
Who should attend?
Area Business Managers, Assistant Chief Constables, Authority Heads of Departments, Business Change, Chief Constables, Chief Crown Prosecutors, Chief Executives, Chief Information Officers, Chief Probation Officers, Chief Superintendent, Chief Technology Officers, Commissioning and Partnerships Managers, Criminal Justice Managers, Directors of Patient Care, Drivers of Efficiency, Finance Directors, Green ICT and Shared Services.
Heads of Anti-Social Behaviour Teams, Heads of Community Safety, Heads of Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships, Heads of IT, Heads of Learning and Skills, Heads of Mental Health, Heads of Offender Learning, Heads of Operations, Heads of Policy, Heads of Strategy.
High-Level Government Officials, Learning and Skills Managers, Local Authority Chief Executives, Police Authority Members, Policy Leads, Prison Education Managers, Prison Governors, Prison Psychiatrists, Probation Commissioning Managers, Regional Offender Managers, Service Modernisation, Training Managers, Voluntary Sector Managers, Youth Offending Institution Governors, Youth Offending Team Managers